We’re recruiting for a Digitization and Metadata Intern! If you’re currently or recently enrolled in an LIS (or other) program and are interested in working on some of our super cool digitization, web-archiving, and metadata creation projects we want to hear from you!
The Digitization and Metadata Intern may work any any number of projects, but some of the possibilities we’re most excited about are:
- Creating and cleaning metadata for our project to digitize the stunning set of drawings, paintings, sketches, and photos in the Ralph Sweet Collection of Medical Illustrations.
- Helping to coordinate and carry out capture of UCSF websites as part of our ongoing effort to overhaul our extensive UCSF web-archives collection.
- Assisting with metadata clean up efforts in collaboration with represented community groups, such as with the Black Caucus records.
- Scanning and digitizing historical documents and images requested by our patrons.
Read more about this internship and apply: here. We’re excited to share this work with someone and give prospective candidates opportunity to learn about medical archives.